Queen Elizabeth II appears in the short film alongside the cartoon character Paddington Bear, showing off a jam sandwich in her bag.
Despite being unable to make public appearances for the two days, Queen Elizabeth II indirectly “attended” a concert in front of Buckingham Palace on June 4 as part of a series of events. Platinum Celebration 70th anniversary of her reign.
This time, the Queen appears in the short film alongside Paddington Bear, the most popular fictional character in British children’s literature, dubbed a “national treasure”. The video was played at the concert opening.
The story takes place at a tea party at the palace where Paddington reveals to the Queen that he always hides his favourite dessert in a hat: the marmalade sandwich.
“I’m like you. I hid the cake here.” The Queen replied tactfully, taking a piece of cake out of the black bag and showing it to Paddington Bear.
This is the second time Queen Elizabeth II has “occupied” a cinema. During the 2012 London Olympics campaign, she was featured in a video parachuting into the stadium with spy James Bond.
“Everyone knows the Queen’s sense of humour. Perhaps we weren’t surprised when she decided to appear in tonight’s short film,” Buckingham Palace said in a statement, describing the Queen’s feelings. This video is a very interesting and not to be missed.
The head of the British royal family is still unable to make a public appearance on the third day of Platinum Day.She only attended the first event on June 2, with the parade flag parade Tens of thousands in London watched. Buckingham Palace announced that the Queen felt unwell after the event and had difficulty walking.
On June 4, Queen Elizabeth II also did not attend events to celebrate her 70th anniversary, including the Epsom Derby race. The Queen’s daughter, Princess Anne, represents the royal family at the annual competition.
According to British media reports, Queen Elizabeth is very passionate about horses and rarely misses the opportunity to participate in Epson horse races. At the ceremony on June 4, organizers brought 5 of the Queen’s racehorses, as well as 40 jockeys who were invited to represent her in the races, for the ceremonial event for the brother of the royal head of state.
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